Our Location

  • Centrally located in the City of Escondido, California, between 5th and 13th Avenues, from Escondido Boulevard to Chestnut Street. Click here for a map.

  • Zip Code: 92025

  • County: San Diego

  • The City of Escondido is centrally located between the beach and mountain areas, northeast of San Diego, southeast of Orange County and south of San Bernardino County.  

  • Driving Directions: 15 North to Felicita East, left on Juniper to 7th or South to 78 West, South on Broadway to 7th, east to Juniper


Medical Resources

  • Located at the intersection of the 78 and 15 Freeways with multiple on- and off-ramps

  • Transit Center with Sprinter Train to coast and  AmTrak station - 1.3 miles west

  • Carlsbad Airport - 12 miles west

  • San Diego, Lindbergh Field - 30 miles southwest

  • Bus lines nearby

Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment
  • Old Escondido is located within walking distance of historic Downtown with multiple shops, restaurants, beauty salons, gyms, museums, and galleries.

  • Ten minutes away by car (4 miles) is the Westfield North County Shopping Mall

  • Within walking distance of the California Center for the Arts and multiple small live theatres

  • Regal Cinemas is also within walking distance, featuring 12 screeens

  • Farmers Market downtown every Tuesday afternoon year 'round and Cruisin' Grand every Friday evening April - September

Parks & Recreation 
  • Within walking distance is Grape Day Park, the oldest city park and home to the Escondido History Center

  • Grape Day Park also features a swimming pool and large childrens playground; dogs on leash are allowed

  • Also within walking distance is the Escondido Library and Pioneer Room

  • City of Escondido has numerous recreation programs and classes in addition to numerous public parks, a nearby community center,  and lakes

  • 20 miles to the beach, 40 miles to Julian

The Organization


The Old Escondido Historic District is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization recognized by the state of California and dedicated to protecting and preserving the Old Escondido Historic District, Escondido’s oldest neighborhood. 

This is an all-volunteer organization and the officers served two year terms.  To see the by-laws, click here.  For a list of the officers' duties, click here.


Board of Directors


Traci Bass, President

Dottie Marron, Vice President

Christine Spencer, Secretary

Carol Breitenfeld, Treasurer


Arnaud ViltardBoard Member

Clara Bova, Board Member

Carrie Mecaro, Board Member

Jessica Byrne, Board Member

Contact any member of our board by emailing information@oldescondido.org

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